Thursday, June 19, 2008

Angelo State Soccer coach leaving

Brown Headed to Sam Houston State

Courtesy: ASU Sports Information
Release: 06/18/2008

Angelo State Director of Athletics Kathleen Brasfield has announced that ASU's head women's soccer coach Tom Brown has resigned to take the same post at Sam Houston State in Huntsville.

The winningest coach in 'Belles soccer history, Brown guided ASU for 11 seasons and led the program to six appearances in the Lone Star Conference postseason tournament, including each of the past five years. Brown leaves ASU with a 90-93-21 record at Angelo State in his 11 seasons, including four campaigns of 10 or more wins.

"Tom Brown was an ambassador for soccer in the San Angelo community," Brasfield said. "He worked tirelessly to improve himself as a coach and to improve the sport of soccer. From being a member of the national rules committee to writing a weekly soccer column in the local newspaper, Tom was involved both locally and nationally in the advancement of soccer.

"A nationwide search for the fourth head women's soccer coach in program history will begin immediately with the goal to have a new coach in place by the end of July.

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